Alternatives for Artists; Stay Music at George’s; The place to Bike in Fashion

Here’s a look at what’s happening in northwest Arkansas, sponsored by Keurig Dr. Pepper‘s mini can variety package.

We talk about giving back a lot, and here’s a very easy way to do just that. The 7hills Homeless Center accepts donations in kind again. The items in greatest demand right now are shaving cream, tents, and men’s jeans in sizes 32, 34, and 36. You can drop these items off at the 7hills Day Center on School Avenue in Fayetteville. We have a link to a full list of items you need on our website.

If you’re looking for live music on Thursday April 30th, George’s Majestic Lounge has you covered. The band “Right-Field” will take the stage at 8:30 pm for a one-night-only concert. Tickets is twelve dollars and the doors for the show open at 7:00 p.m. You must be at least eighteen years old to attend this concert.

Are you looking for your creative tribe? Would you like to be part of the art scene in Northwest Arkansas? Then it is time for you to join the Artist of the Northwest Arkansas. They are a non-profit organization of artists who support each other and at the same time promote the visual arts in our region. Membership offers many benefits, including educational opportunities, professional workshops, and art trips. We have membership information on our website.

Speaking of artists who Artist 360 The program for local artists has been extended for a further three years. The program has also been expanded to include additional scholarships. The aim is to identify and promote the leading artists in the region. The program began in 2018 as a three-year pilot project that ultimately awarded grants of $ 342,000 to 60 artists from all disciplines. Overall, this next iteration will include $ 600,000 in funding.

Buckle up your bike helmets because Slow streets NWA is here! From this weekend. Some neighborhood streets in our region are safer to walk, cycle, and travel without a vehicle. These routes, which are wider than sidewalks and hiking trails, are accessible and open to all community members, not just serious cyclists and competitive athletes. As Mother’s Day and Memorial Weekend both take place in May, this could be the perfect time to explore our region on your bike.